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Ic j THE llTERiO JOUJAJT1 VOLUME xXxvIiANFORD LINCOLN COUNT KENTUCKY FRIDAY JULY 15 1JIO rN 40 I b TEACHERS IN SESSION DURING WEEK INSTITUTE HAS BEEN ONE OF MOST SUCCESSFUL HELD I HERETHOSE PRESENT Tho Lincoln County Teachers Insti tute began hero Monday morning at the Graded school building and has j teen In continuous cession through out tho week Miss Annlo McKinney was mado secretary while Pro J 1 y Ireland tho best In the state was In atructor Many Interesting topics have been discussed The work has been ot high order and the tendency to mod ernize school method and Inspire a greater educational zeal for tho prac Ucal1 things ot life hoe boon encour a aging Things heretofore considered txtrfditc have been otnphuslzod an In valuable Aiming tho llvb ilcdlcussed were hygiene and Sanitation 1worncultural and feysjordlaclplinary aubjoefr more practical and less the oretic work + Ur Av B ODannon mado a splen did talk on Hygleno and Sanitation nnd llfolr lnflu jfce upoa character formajlnn RevyTJ Dickey gave on addrefc on the uteVot the Dlblo In the putllc school Or J G Carpenter rtsale the teacher with his lecture en prevention ot tuberculosis One of fin most provalent theinoi liar been a higher scholarship and wore professional trilnlng for the teacher There has been u tendon of tho teachers toward the practical I In history the trend of thought wai tn emphasize the achievements ol h lance rathertlwn lionise war herocj The subjects of arithmetic I iiyslol6gv langunga grammar etc were thoroughly hICUlled and new methods of preahntatloqwere BUR Rested Theplvotal points In the for nation of character were to be lUg stated ntho pursuit ot each ubjoo4 where ft was nt nil practical tywiw urged that cocrelatlon bo OIlV 4j a greater extent than formerly and wore aUenUog given to ho tnlnCII that thechlld wilt need and use In the- UC Into which te ritssfafrtrSchool It WM urged tint the child or student be brought Into closer unity with the work aljbuX lila ti t f r Irofs S S Robinson of Huston rtlhv C Je Newell of Yaynesbur K IGrubb of Moreland and many others of tho younger tethers hare twek potent factors Inlhc general dis cussion Civic Improvement Com squatty Prl4 Co peratloqot Parent und many other Vital weN discyseed In an Interesting way The mmtEters of the town l1ue beeR prevent at the oml 1r exorclseskia J have given iomet helptul onCtv e Ic Rlgbtcousnes aac etfalcal aid moi al principles In Hue the Institute has boon pro nounced one qt the nlosf benegcUIyet held As the week prpgr tI toe teachers were imbued with the zeal for higher things Tho work of the Meek dosed Friday at noon and tlin teachers will go to their various schools with new and saner methods act higher Ideals Tie following teachers answered to miscall Mlsaea Mattld Llpps Kate Itagle Frances North Nell Ellis An na Hatficld Margaret Hopper Annie McKlnney Jennie Newland Ila Pet tugLixzle Pottus Kate Wells Lula Carles Viola Brady Dante Single ton Mary Hubbard Sarah Howard Zorn naught Sarah Greer Ophla War- reD Julia Williams Lucy Hubble Eli r ah Singleton Ethel Wilson Berths tues Julia Damron Fannie Spears A Fannie Young Elizabeth Leigh Effle I Young Ola Godby Agnes McChord Delta Codby Maud Brown Ethel Ad 1 nine Emma Holtzclaw Ruby Carroll Mary Wilson Mesdames Cabby New oil II D Phillips Dolly McBee Ma- rI guerlto Splter Messrs A II Long p Herbert Reynolds George Bourne Walter Singleton Virgil McMullln T D Lay M M Thompson Hobart Uuriictto Cyrus Johnson Curtis Wll eon HHancock J A Hays Ei Irf Urublw Lansing Lanham W T Whlfe J E Bennett Cornells Floyd K Os Martin Caleb Newell Roscou Wheoldon Denny Goocb E G fill lllandr B QG6ochVr O Durham 8 8 i Rg6tneoo lia vey Hopkfns IS DEAD IN TENNESSEE 0I j tfFriends here have received the sad news of the death at East Lake Ton ncsse of D A Twaddle which QC purred at East Lake on June 20th of cancer He watt B Years of ago and Is survived by his wife who Is a daughter of the late H J Dudderar Li of Lincoln county The heartfelt sym pithy of the many friends In her old- wi t home will go out to her in this dart hour of her sorrow WOMEN WANTSTREETS OILED CLUB WILL ENDEAVOR TO RAISE FUND FOR PURPOSESUN- DAY CLOSING AP S PROVED The women of Stanford of at least those who belong to the Womens Im provement Club are heartily In favor of the lid clanging down tight every Sunday At the regular monthly meet- Ing of the feminine organization Wed nesday afternoon strong realutlona were adopted commending the city council for rigidly enforcing the Sun day closing law That pesky nuisance the houso fly wua given thorough discussion ah o at this meeting and pronounced total ly unfit and undesirable for associa tine with people If It can posibly be prevented A strong article was read by Mrs W A Trlbbje showing what havoc can bo started by this eglteclekI germs The meeting was huh at the Pre byterlan church and much work din cussed The club members are very anxious to have the streets down down oiled and will endeavor to raise enough money by private subscription to carry It out If tho council does no see lit to do It The city fathers will ba naked to have back premises of several stores in town cleaned up the womens attention having been called to several instances whic need attention Resolutions adopted by the club wereResolved That wo the Womans 1m proVement Club of Stanford endniso the action of the City Council In re card to the tfunda closla ot al business firms and congratulate th citizens that the Council Jjy this aojt Ilfdges the cnlorccuieritot tins sta jutrtry law which lifts up a betted standard fUr the people J Resolved That we express our high lft esteem and warmest approval ot the prdlnance passed prohibiting the exhibition ot all Immoral pictures Ifi the town and wo pledge our coop oration In developing higher Ideate for the tone pt our community Ilesolved That we respectfully petition the city council to take proper steps to prohibit any refuse being dumped or drained Into the little stream hewing through our city that Ute health of the people may safeguarded To prohibit all spitting on this and tu all public places to prevent the spreading of disease v i1 Mrs PM McRoberts Secyf J J Dlcko Pre- eM lIlrs To Call Pastor ONOREGI TIQNAL METINGOaP- RESBYTERIANS CALLED A congregational meeting ot tlt Presbyterian church baa been called- for Sunday next July 17th at 11 a m b fun attendance Is desired It Is ex pected that at this meeting a pastor will bl called The local congre gation has been without a leader for about a year since Rev J L and ell resigned to take up work In the mountains The liaises ot eeveral mlnUtora who haVe been heard in the pulpit here during that time will be present ed to the congregation for action Will Go To Indiana YOUNG COMPTON TO TURN OVER NEW LEAF Buena Vista Compton the West Knd boy who was recently released from the penitentiary at Frankfort by pardon from Gov Willson has re turned to his tiome He was in Stan ford last week and said that his ex perience had been a lesson to him and that he intended to turn over a now leaf and be a different man into future In order that hn may make a goodstart in new environment he said that he was making preparations tip leave Lincoln county and to muI e hla1 home intlndtana la the future Hustonvilie Rev W S Willis will preach at the Christian church Sunday morn ing on the subject The New Testa ment Teaching ot Hell Union ser vices will be held nt the Presbyterian church in the evening at 8 oclock at which Rev Willis will preach 6n tho Parable of the Tea Virgin LOCAL BANK GETS ON ROLL OF HONOR SURPLUS EXCEEDS CAPITAL STOCKBANKS OF COUNTY MAKE SPLENDID REPORTS The Lincoln County National Hank lies Just received notification from The Financier thu banklu ncwspnptr or New York of Ita attaining tho poi I lion Ot a roll of honor bank that is one which has a surplus equal to or greater than Its capital stock The Io cal Institution Is the filth bank In the State to attain this noteworthy distinction and its trlumU and ja tions are very proud of this splendid record In Its letter to the bank the Financier says Vo note with a great deal of pleas ure that your excellent Institution is now a roll ot honor bank and beg u say that you will occupy your proper- pOlltlon on the next forthcoming roll of honor So far as we can figure at present you are No5 lit the State of Kentucky and In your local adver using you can assume this to be cor reeL We have an Idea that your accession as a roll nt honor bank will create a great deal ot comment In your local community- All of the Lincoln county financial institutions make splendid showings of business for the past six months In their statements just published In Ute Interior Journal Their report show a total of 7iOC8l7 nn dtiOlolt- which Is Indicative of the prosperous conditions which prevail In the county Each one of the ilaht bajiks Hhowd a nice Increase In business and each carried a goodly amount to Its surplus yet was able to declare a healthy divi dend Lincoln fa one of tho best bank ling communities In the State With- the addition of the State Bank and Tntsl Company to the ranks about the ttn t of September there will be nine financial Institutions In this county till capably manage and working for the Interests ot their patrons and stockholders Horrible Affair TRAMP ATTACKS YOUNG MERCER COUNTY GIRL An unknown white man supposed to be a tramp assaulted Mary Ash lord a 12 year otd child near glut days Landing Mercer county this week The child had gone to the rural mall box several hundred yards from her home and the ulna seated on the roadside n rb called to her toy come to baying that he had something to tell her When she approached him he Brat lied her and threw his band over tier mouth The child fought heroically and in the struggle alt her clothing naa torn from her body Her cries attracted a negro man some distance away who hurried toward the scene Seeing the negro approaching the tramp relinquished his hOld on the little girl jumped the fence and es caped Into the Kentucky river cUlts the negro fired three shots after the tramp as he ran away Officers and bloodhounds are on the trail ot the tramp and there Is much excitement meht In the community New Ofticers INSTALLED BY STANFORD LODGE OF ODD FELLOWS At the last meeting of Stanford lodge No 166 I O O F the newly elected officers for the ensuing year wore Installed with due ceremony A special meeting has been called for next Tuesday evening when some 1m ortant business will be transacted Tho now officers are Noble Orand T W Pennlngton Vice OranllWL McCart- yecretaryE C Garman Treasurer J C McClary HostJ H Englotaan RtlInaIIIItof Born to tie wife of Ed W Dunlap a One sevSn ana a half pound Demo crat Mother and son are doing well nnd the futhor as well Us could be ex acted 10 A WRETCHED MISTAKE to endure the Itching painful dUtresa of piles Theres no need to Listen I suffered much from piles wltes Will A Marsh of Slier City N C till I got a box of Bucklena Arnica Salve nd was soon cured Burns bolla ulcers fever sores eczema cuts chapped hands chilblains vaulsh be tore It 25c at Pennys Drug Store I CULMINATION OF- HAPPYf ROMANCE GARRARD COUNTY IN CINCINNATILIVE CASTER NEWS LANI I Lancaster July 14 I The culmination of a happy love I nfialr ended In tho marriage at the Palace Hotel at Cincinnati of Miss KatherIne Conn and Homer TJnsley of this city Rev Roughton ot the Queen City performed the ceremony The bride lu quite a gifted musician aud- IS a handsome young woman while the groom Is the county surgeon of GarrArd and thq only son of Mr and Mrs Tlnsley of McCreary After a wwekii bridal trip to French Lick springs they will return to Lancaster and receive congratulations of their many friends Messrs Ed and N B Price sold a Jeraoy Duroc sow and 9 pigs to J W Elraoro for 1GOalso a hog toJ D Pope for ISO Oweley Cox sold a mare to E C McWhorter of Paint LIcTc for t200 V A Lear shipped two car loads ot lambs to city markets Wednesday prices ranging from 5 12 to 7 l2c per pound Enoch Glllllaud of Pendletons Gap Va was arrested at Lock No 8 in the lower part of Garrard by deputy sheriff C H Robinson on the charge of killing a man 2 12 years ago Ho was brought to town and incarcerated in the county jail The prisoner ad nits he is guilty Prof Clarence N Poague at on time a teacher in Garrard college but for tbe past two years principal ot the high school at West Liberty Ky has just received a call as pastor to the Bellevue Christian church one ot the wealthiest In the city of Baltimore Two nice Jersey cows for sale Carroll Sneaks Mrs T R Postle of South Passq dena California U here visiting her aunt Mrs Ann Robinson Mrs John S Baughrnan and little soq Brannou of Danville have been recent guests of Mrs Luther Glbbs Misses Ede- and Martha Karnaugh ire at Home from 1vtsltto Richmond relatives Mm Luther Glbbtf ie at home after a stay at Battle CreeKMIcn t Mr and Mrs Raymond Haselde and Mrs B F Walter made an en joyabl auto trip taXoUlsyllleretorn Ing bywybt Ltlwrenceburg Frank fort Lexington Rail Nlchola vllle Miss Mary Goodloe Lackey of Kaat Bas CtiijHilVhere billnifber grind mother Mrs Mary Lackey MissAl borta Anderson Is at homo after a visit to her aunt Miss Dove Harris of Oan lIeiUJlfeS Sallie Marts Sparks nod Julia Woodcock of NlcLolasVllle and Roy Land Lexing ton were g uekU of Miss Margurlta Kinnalrd Mrs JE DIckerson gave a handsome dinner In honor in honor of the recent bride and broom Mr and Mrs Rice of Richmond Ind and James Stanghton of Covington were also honor guests Mrs Wm Ray wire of former repro sentative Vhi Ray died at her home In Richmond of apoplexy where she had bfren living for about two years with her daughter Besides her husband she leaves four daughters Mrs Porter SVearcn and Della Ford Ray The burial was at Buckeye her od homer Mrs W T Browning and chllden of Lexfngtcn ae guests of Mr and Mrs John Anderson Mrs J B Pa ton daughter Jean and little son James of Stanford are with Mrs Fax tons parents Mr and Mrs A CRopf Inson this week v Mrs Wm Duorson and son of Wel lington Kansas are visiting Mrs R L Nagon and family OW Shugars of Indianapolis Is with his father Judge Wm Shugars Miss Lillian Kinnalrd Is at home after a protract ed visit to Mrs W RBurnslde ot Barbourvllle Miss Allle Yantis and Kathleen Walters form a house party at the home ot Miss Bessie Yantls otStanfordMrs R Marrs ot Knoxville Is with her sisters Misses Bottle and Alllff Anderson kits A Hard Rice has returned to her bomb In filch fond lad after a vfslt tQ her fiqoUier Mrs H A B Marksbury Mrs Ed Walker and daughter 1Kiss Jane era are at home after a 8tayl at Hot Srtngs Ark Wm Fox Logan ot Yew Ybrk City who has been a visitor In fjincastot for some days past wu taken by his uncle Mr Hugh T Logan and Dr James B Kinnalrd Sunday to the citY of Louisville where be will bo operated on for appendicitis Liter reports were that the young man was doing nicely and that tbe operation which was performed by1 Dr L M McMur Irr was mite a Auccosa BALL GAME AT MORELAND fast game of halt will be played QC oreland Saturday atternoon when we Hustonvilie team will meet the crack Moreland ntue A large at tendance is expected Question Of Pool WILL BE PUT UP TO TOBACCO GROWERS THEMSELVES At the meeting of the District Board of the Burley tobacco society In Lex ington this week the question ot a pool for this years crop was decided by the passage of this resoltlon which puts the question directly up to the growers themselves To the Officers and Members of tho District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society Your commlttea to whom was reo furred the question taken up for re I consideration would respectfully beg to submit the following report which we recommend as the proper action for this board We will prior to October 1 1910 or we will recommend that our sue cossors take such action on or before November 1 submit to the poolers oC tiiu 1910 crop all information in our possession as to the num her of acres nt Burley tobacco pooled in the dis trlct and the numeber of acres plated and unpooled In said district and place upon them the poolers there ponsiblllty of declaring a pool by a vote of the various precincts In each county at the tlm and Inthe manner hereinafter suggested by the Qurley Board of its committee Each pooler at said election to be permtted to vote upon the question the number ot acres he bas pooled end will be supplied with a ballot for that purpose After said vote is taken at the precinct the result will bo reo ported Immediately to the county Board where a record ot same will bo made on the minutes ot said count ty Board and the results tabulated and counted and reported to headquarters at Lexington The result ot the entire district wlllthen be ascertained at headquar tern by careful computation and count andthe question ot determining whether or not a pool shall be declared oft or on shall be ascertained by this fin ul count the majority of the votes to determine the matter either for or against the pool Fine Performance j i v 1 GIVEN BY hjUStONVlLLE HIG- IsCii00L SUQENTS Hustonville July 13 j The students of the Hustonvilie High School under the dlreceioa ol Prof S S Robinson pleased a fair audience at Alcorns Opera House last Saturday evening by their pre sentation of a five act comedy The Deacon for most of thoso who took part this was ibut the second appearancu in public and the performance was most creditable The play Mas sufficiently varied In character to please the most diverse tastes appealing alike to the lover of the melodramatic and the comic Messrs James Hall and Tom Back as the Deason and the villain res pectively did credit to the lending roles Carlisle Myers as Pete a negro servant was decidedly the hit of tit evening with the little folks while Paul Willis Was successful as the Deacons boy Miss Ama Barker as Miss Fawcett ot uncertain age was excellent but to Miss Blanche Bamette the rejected consort of thk villain must be credited tuu moat dif cult role Miuos inn Floyd Ella Bamette and Anna Dloyd sus tained their parts acceptably while little Miss Roberta Ulaln is always happy on the otago fiHursRogfer Hicks and Orestus Floyd wore well up to the standard Join flicks asthe organ grinder needed only tout the monlcev to BMtta d munand 41rc Uarnele gave pointers to the rest 4ent parsons on tuP and minis terial dignity Between acts a humorous recitation by Miss Blanche B rhotte and music Instruroentnl and oc lbelped to jalra the excltoment of thq audience and restrain their impatience for the next scene Prof Koblnmm Is to be congratulated on the success he has met with while working utd r difficulties Incident to vacation time The receipts of last night go toward the very commendable object of buy- Ing a library for the High School Miss Lois Willis assisted vltU the music nnlllas the tnuM IC ull for her timely help j n BEST CHAPLAIN STATE PRISON EVER HAD YET COMMiSSOIN WILL REM REV JOSEPH SEVERANCI t FROM OFFICE t Rev Joseph Severance formerly of this city who has made the best Chaplain the State Penitentiary ever had will be retired by the board of Prison Commissioners this month Speaking of the matter the Frankfort State Journal says i Till term of plugs of Dr Joe Soy erance as prison chaplain will no end with thottexr mectlug of thecPrison Board but nevertheless lie will be succeeded by Rev Walter + Vreeland of this cltyn Methodist minister who Is a brother of Graham 1 Vreeand managing editor of tho CourierJournal It has been rumored since the last session of the Leg Mature that Dr Severance would be succeeded by Itey Vr eland but the general ilmpresslou prevailed that the prison Commission would permit Dr Severance to serve out his term i Inasmuch as he has established himself here with his family consisting of his wife and several Rile children It has been given out that Dr Severfance would resign but that Is not the case for Dr Severance says that be bas had no Intention cf resigning As a spiritual advisor thoso who are familiar with that part of the prison life say that Dr Severance has been one of the most successful men ever to occupy tho post nt the prison The good discipline maintained at the prison Is said to be in a large measure due to the faithful and attentlvi work of Or Severance He has the reputation of having converted as many men yh were in the prison as any oth er chaplain ever toOCCUpy the post and he Is themad who started the night school motiB the ronvlctsiiate- nabled many of themtiit leash to read and write so Ihatthey writ w be nble to Improve their minds dad heir spiritual belug while ddnvicte This night school was not a part of the regular work of the chaplain but was carYtedrori last winter by Dr Severance simply because nd was so v cnthuslastlei about his workadd hU desire to do good among the eon- nets The many friends fDrSey erance will regret to bear that he la going to lose his position as chaplain but the convicts will by the grate t l losers wltPt I1 I lQ6kdicj e RETURNED ftY CAgEY COUNTY GRAND JORY ATHERNEWS Mladl bur Juty14 Tie late grand jury at Liberty got 1 move on itself and returned lttf In dictments Circuit court adjourned und left much of tie docket l he next term John Chapman was tried for the killingof J 1V Luttrcll last August and was acquitted Other ttis os connected with that double killing were continued until the November terra The jury failed to agree 6h a verdict in tho case against Alva Ellis fur shooting Allen Ellis last Marl h- It will be observed from this letter that news U scarce In this section but Seas were never more plentiful Middleburg has always ueen noted for tat men andah9 still keeps up her reputation along that link There fire some half dozen 200poundershere how and they are a pretty jQltset Calqb Powers was billed to speak Ot Yosemite Wednesday Edwards and Powers have out their mud lingers and they seem to be quit busy They seem to hive realized that they have quite a lot ot slinging to do and have placed a full force of slln ers In the field In order to get It all slung bysScpu 15 as they will not be allowed 1 Io sling any after that date Charles ritiley is the boss slinger of tho whole layout Mrs Spurlln Sharp ot New Cattle i here with relatives for a stay o pome months or inure Mrs H M house of Danville was here Sunday Rev James Ballntyne of deorge town filled his regular appointment at tbe BapUst church Sunday morn htg and evening He preached at Lan hams school house Sunday afternoon The picnic at Jones park Satur day was wel attended and the crowd vns a most orderly one If there was a drop of whisky on the grounds ft did not show itself The program gotten up by young ladles of the Moth oillst and Baptist Sunday schools was well rendered by the children and seemingly highly appreciated by those present Rev J S Taylor J L Ad kins J Q Montgomery and Jauie3 Kallntyne made approprlato talks r C Y I INTERIOR JOURNALa FRIDAY JULY IBtb 1918 PAGE TWO T 1 t TAE GREAT HIVILLE FAIR f i I August 3 4 and 5 1910 TILE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 i VBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year in Advance HELTON 8AUFLEYPubJIihti metered at the Post Office at Stan lord Ky KB Second Class maiL ONE DIVORCE THAT IS NEEDED nV P Walton In Lexington Herald Mr Bryan insists on divorcing the democratic party from the llquo traffic and those who have the party Interests truly at heart will say Amen Kentuckys Democracy has felt the blIghting effects of Iliuor domluutlo Because it is the majority party It bas aligned itself war it the better to carry out its designs When unable to do so through the Democratic party It has no scrples to join forces with thu Republicans The fact IE the liquor leaders have no politics that does not lead to self interest The traffic 11 always paramount ic any other cot elderatlon Governor Beckham did not bend the knee to the liquor people and fou creatures calling themselves duuic crats were secured by them to vntp against the regular nominee for United States Senator and to elect a its publican although the General Asre ii lily bad a nominal democratic major Sty It was the liquor interests that pre vented the last Legislature from giv fag women school suffrage fearful that it would be a long step towar life general enfranchisement of won cii which would mean its ubsolut destruction Various and sundry evidence of tbe baleful effect of liquor domination In politics have presented themselves and are constantly doing so It is much domination that has driven many the prohltltlqnlits determined to go to any length to scotch If they cannot eradicate the evil In this per niclous activity In polities the llquo working out their own destrilctioii Better far to them tha tkcy tbe satisfied with half a loaf Tiey will find It superior than m bread which will be their into Ir they do not cease their rule or ruin efforts tfie length to which those who fay or the tale of liquor will go is shown by the disgraceful lynching at Newark 0 of a detective who by the way was u Kentuckian True ho killed a speak easy operator but not till the law breaker had attempted to beat him up and from this distance it ap pears that tho lynching was not to iMich over the lulling of one of their favorites AS tauaune he rear enKigod a detective worr tntalnst those who were operating saloons In defiance of Ihe cal option law in either cnse it was a nest atratttt proceeding and unless the Ohio aithoiltks Flioll bring the perpetrat ra of the dastaid Jy deed to confifi puaMimunt the ilneifaceahle bot will continue to increase It ougthnt to be hard to convict the cravens The dispatches nay there were no masks or attempts at disguise The liquor advocates composed the mob The writer being a democrat is opposed to sumptuary laws but the liquor people as a rule seem determined to drive him and others who feel as ho does to any extremes to control and cut out the Influence in politics that if permitted to dominate will sap tho vitals of the party permitting it Therefore we Join Mr Bryan in In elating upon a complete divorcement of the democratic party from liquor domination and feel assured that the party Js ripe for a firm stand on the question The Harrodsburg g Pan Is predicting that Ben Johnson will be noml nated by the democrats for governor The wish Is evidently father to the thought All of the Republican offi dais of Frankfort are praying forr the nomination of Johnson for they say they are confident they can beat him Not a one has ueen foolish enough to suggest that they can de Seat JicCreary who wilt be the noml nee TAS 19 tlvY SO DECEPTIVE Many Stanford People Fall to Realize the Seriousness Backache is so deceptive It comes and goes keeps you guess ing Learnthe cause then cure It Nine tinges out of ten it come from the kidneys Thats why Doaa Kidney Pills cure it Cure every kid nay ill from backache to diabetes We present the following case In proof Thomas Elkin Danville street Lancaster Ky says For a great man years I was a sufferer from kidney complaint and I bad such severe pains in the small of my back that I was hardly able to get about The man remedies 1 use failed to help me un til upon the advice of a friend 1 procured a box of Deans Kidney Pills In a short time after beginning their URe 1 improved and it was not long befog I was restored to perfect health I give Deans Kidney Pills the entire credit for the great change in mj condition and I recommend thtm as- a reliable kidney remeay For sale by all dealers Price 60 rents Foster Mllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doani and take no other At McKianey WAR ON WHITE PLAGUE WILL BE WAGED NEXT Dr JG Carpenter who has beer waging bitter war on the great White Plague all over Lincoln county and in this part of the state will go to McKinney Sunday afternoon to speak lu the campaign He will be ably ai fisted by Drs Singleton Dud Qrider The meeting will be held at the Bai tlst church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Everyone is Invited to attend and bearthe new gospel of health Dr Carpenter is receiving congrat ulations from lending medical men dud societies all over the state for the good work he Is doing BOHON FAMILY REUNION Members of the Bohon family one of the most prominent in Central Kentucky held a reunion at the home of Col and Mrs George Bobon in Har rodsburg last week The happy event was the first time all of them had teen together since the death of their lUother 20 years ago Those present were Dr J Tom Bohon of Huston vllle William J Bohon or Louisville R S Bohon of Decatur Ill Col Geo Bobon and family and thtir sister Mrs L W Hudson and Mr Hudson of Atlanta G- aGood News I write to tell the good news that Cardui has helped me so much lustworthwrites Mrs Maryan Mar shall of Woodstock Ga I do hope and trust that ladies who are suffer ing as 1 did will take cardul for it has been a Gods blessing to me and everylady CARDUI The Womans Tonic No matter If you suffer from headache backache pains in arms shoulders and legs draggingdown youfeelout and generally miser youItof other weak sick ladles giveitthankful ever after Ml Jlr ar nsYu rl WE STAND BEHIND OUR CARRIAGES WITH A GUARANTEE THAT WE ARE RIGHT HERE TO MAKElo GOODOUR CARRIAGES ARE BUILT ON HONOR AND SOLD THAT WAY NEW STOCK OF BUGGY HARNESS RECEIVED THIS WEEK WeH HIGGINSStanford Kentucky MAKING LIFE SAFER Everywhere life Is being made moreI sale through the work of Dr Kings New Life Pills In constipation bilious ness dyspepsia indigestion liver troubles kdner diseases and bowel disorders Theyre easy but sure and perfectly build up the health 25c at nys Drug Store THOUGH YOU ESCAPE WITH YOUR LIFE what good Is It It a fire leaves you penniless You are not as young as you used to be Starting over figaln to make a Dome will be a dishearten- Ing struggle Let us insure you so that such a possibility may be ren dered impossible Think of your wife AS well as yourself You should get Insured on her account anyway Fish Pennington Stanford Ky Phone 200 YOU GET THE BESTOF BARGAIN when you buy our Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 Flour at our price Judg ing by comparison our flour Is worth more than we ask for It Buy a sack and we know you will agree wltb ua Especially when you see how far our Baughmans Fancy Patent No1 flour goes and bow much better are your bread cakes and pastry J HBaughman Co A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burin KentucKy I am a graduateof onesNatlona1Bcbooi Auctioneer Chicago and have had ex perlence In the big cattle sales at the Union stock Yards Chicago where we told tome thoroughbreds at ai tlJKO Also In none sales whore 800 sales were made each day Auctioneering IB a science and I have It Bee or phone me before you arrange for your makesaiestoyouradvantage PAOkEY- eiiSpring Summer Stock Have your measure taken by a tenor of ex perience Then your clothes whethera low price business suit or the finest evening clothe will have that individuality and Dt which 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days fIO S 4 0 I rv Towivstrm vy1WcJTRATOICJ TOY TAY yla FR- earyxwrpoaarcuAreev twrR mhY6rtATRRltAm SYNOPSIS CHAPTER LA young woman cut ashoreon a lonely Island ands a soil tart Inhabitant a young whit man dreeeed like a savage nod not able to speak In any known language CHAPTER 11She decides to educate him She flnda him In an atUtude or prayer babbling an Incoherent Jargon CHAPTER III8he finds a human skeleton and the skeleton of a dog She finds a Bible and a sliver box bearing the name of John Revell Chambck with a dateS years before her landing not tell exactly In what mood her prisoner might be Indeed the approached him with a certain terror accounted for partly by the situation and partly by the fact that In mak Ing This change in her garments she had as It wore cut herself off Iron civilization and brought herself In some degree at least nearer his physl cat level But she dould apt leave hIm there all night Summoning her cour age therefore and with a bold front before him she advanced to the tree and untied the rope from the trunk and untied It from his neck as well He stood silent unresisting through It all a rather pitiful figure she thought at first until he was treed from the degrading halter 1 Then she waited In intense and eager curiosity as to what he should do next The iron in his situation had eaten Into his soul He had been mas tered by force He could not understand It He did not love the mastery Still without the knowledge of his own powers there occurred to him no way to resent the Ignominy to which he had been subjected He turned and walked away from her She stood amazed staring after him It was the first time he bad withdrawn himself from her pretence Where was he going Was this a declaration of warT Wee there to be enmity between them T In vague terror moved by a sudden Impulse again she called him Man she said He stopped hesitated looked back turned and went on again IJe was deeply hurt She could not gee him go It was unthinkable tha he should go He was dangerous away from her Dy her side she could control him Man she called again But this time he did not heed An Idea sprang to her brain working quickly under the pressure She lifted up her voice for he was far from her now and plodding steadily doggedly toward the trees r John she cried John Revell Chamockt And at1 that sound the man stopped Ho1 turned and looked at her again Jobir she repeated John- lIBbe approached him As she did so and when she could get near enough to Jiihshe observed that wrinklin- g01thebrotvthat look of amazement which she had noticed before It was M it some latest memory some recol iktloa of UM pMt were struggling fcoUast the obscurity ot years as II otoethlBg were radearoring to thrust Itself through a sea of oblivion and forgetfulness that overwhelmed his mind as If she were a voice which brought back things he could neither understand nor utter and yet which meant something to him John she cried again coming nearer to him She thrust out her hand she touch ed him Again she noticed that strange emotion consequent upon her touch She laid her band upon his shoulder There was amity confidence reassurance She patted him as she might a dogJohn she said and then she turned away and walked toward the shore ObedIently he followed her She thrust the knife between her waist and the rope which she had rapidly twisted about her middle and walked on in triumph If be had learned something so had she Some one else had called this man John In days gone by The sound was not unfamiliar to him He answered to his name That was ha John Revell Charnocki She felt as It she were entering upon the solution of the mystery of his pres ence Perhaps the morrow would tell She would examine that boat and those decaying evidences of humanity on the farther shore She felt elated that night ere she went to sleep In the cave The clew to the mystery she fancied was Jn her band She had such occupation before her as she had never hoped to come upon in a desert Island at least The rope added to her security Dy piling stones before the entrance to tho cave and reinforcing them with the boards from the wreck of the boat and some fallen tree branches on the shore she made a sort of a barrier to It not a barrier that would have kept out of tha cave any one who desired tQ enter but one which woujd have to be removed before one could enter And she so arranged matters tying the end of the rope to her wrist that any at tempt to remove It would immediately waken her That night she slept se cure and unmolested CHAPTER IV w Lon apd Labor The task to wblch sjie aethersolfjn 1 morning would nave neeu an im one to many women and In Ihe It was a bard one to her The boat lay in the sand some rods from the nearest tree There was absolutely no shelter from the fierce heat of the tropic sun She was not yet fully accumstomed to It and indeed perhaps she never would be able to endure It without some sort ot a head covering She improvised a bpnnet from the leaf ot a low spring- Ing palm tree which with her remain Ing handkerchief she tied about her head And then with her watchful friend by her side she descended the beach to the boat and began to dig- It was hard and very tedious work With the flat makeshift shovel In the shape of the rough piece ot board It was almost impossible to lift the sand Yet she attacked the task resolutely and persevered sturdily for a longtime until the sweat beaded her fore head her back ached her hands un used to manual toll of any kind were almost blistered She realized at last that she would have to give it over i She wondered as she ceased her labors whether the constant observa ion which the man had subjected her to would enable him to continue the work As an experiment she handed him the shovel stepped out of the ex cavation she had made and pointed toward it He understood Instantly She was surprised at the unusual quickness of his apprehension for he set to work with a right good will and in a minute the sand was flying She noticed half In envy how much more progress he made than she could et fect What was labor for her was play for him and yet after a little space he stopped threw down the shovel and looked at her She had got in the habit of speak ing to him as if he understood so she pointed to the shovel again exclaim ing Pick It up and gorbn Her meaning was obvioua to him if her language was not It equally was evident to her that he had no desire whatever to proceed with his task but w s still under the constraint of her superior personality and presently he did as she bade him It amused her to reflect that to all the other lea sons so remakable as almost to make his brain reel and whirl he was now learning the lesson of toll It she could only keep pace with these great ab stract concepts she was putting Into his being by giving him home mental realization of them so that the spirit ual development would keep pace with the practical she would be thoroughly satisfied with her educational pro cones She mused oa the problem as he la bored silently and vigorously He stopped once or twice but she kept him W it a feat vastly greater than she realised until the Interior of the goat which was a small ships boat a dinghy had been entirely cleared out She had watched carefully every She Watched Carefully Every Spade ful of Sand epad lof which had been tossed over the burled gunwales and now she searched eagerly the boat Itself Her Inspection revealed nothing There were lockers at either and potploghereincloth bags of some sort which she ehipajradi had probably carried water for the voyagers The oatappeared to be In an ex calleat state pf preservation There were avail a pale of oars tying on tho thwarts Its e could have dug it out of the sand entirely she fancied she could aye launched it and used it Out such a task war utterly beyond her Besides there would have been no gain in the boat Afloat She would not dare to take It out beyond the barrier reef and there was nothing to row for in the lagoon She easily broke the rotting lines with which the oars were secured and took them out They would be useful perhapa In some ways And then attar a Gong look at the boat and with a feel Ingtlat herhad been manly or whe thoughtsometimes boats carried the amines oC the ships to which they belonged oa their bows or acrose their sterns She had recourse to the shovel once more and after some deliberation essayed the stern of the boat It wage not so hard to shovel the landaW it and here she did make a discovery for although the lot tecs had jeen almost obliterated by the action of the sand she could stilt make them out After some study she decided that the name of the boat or of the ship tp which It had bo longed had been Nanaemond of Nor folk Virginia That was the net re suit of the hard labors of a long morn- Ing It told her something but not much Assuming that the man with her was John Retell Charnock and as suming that he had come to the Island In the past on that boat It indicated that he was at least an American and A Virginian It Identified him if her suppositions were correct and wheth er there was warrant for them or not instinctively and naturally she conclude lthat she was correct Admitting all this however it gave her no clew from which to build a history The testimony of the boat was Interesting that was all Her first thought was to leave It where It was but her second thought was better With the aid of the stout piece of board which had served her for a shovel she hammered away at the stern piece until she broke it off She saw now that the boat must have lain there In the sand for many years for the wood was brittle and the fastenings largely destroyed for the stern piece came easily away She laid It aside for a moment intending to preserve It with the Bible Heaven knows what dream pf future usefulness in the way of evidence establish rCIICE TOSHAREHOLDERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY NATION AL BANK At a meeting of tho directors ot this bank at Its banking house la Stanford Ky on June Iff 19lOlt was resolved that a meeting of the share holders be called to meet on Tuesday July 26 iSlO at its banking office in StanforduJCyto vote on thi propo sition to amend the articles ot nssocia tion of this bank as follows First To Increase capital tollOO 000 and to authorize the directors to set price of new stock Sscmnl To increase the number of directors to fllfteen W M Bright Cushier CHILDHOOD DAYS There never was a boy who Uldnt love a norse We make saddles to order especially for children aa well as for grown folks All other paraphernalia for horses and ponies regularly kept in stock or made to order at short ot ceJtJC MtCLARY Stanford Ky EXCUI SIOii 159 CINCINNATI AND RETUQlN LuNDAkYi JULY 17 SPECIAL TRAINL- v MM Cfty 55i k IAKTiClttj ABC NT tan Mirieuuti t T 1 60 YEARS CXPsTRICNCB IDEMM Anyone Sending a kiteb end deeerfpttoa mar eatnventloDlltnctlJCOnGdtntlaL M oolaNIYNYC h0 meet IIIlfDC for eerurlngoWa- veto reee egelocwttawtthogteeargelnnneckwflfhc kaL r h rlllulr E tlfQrOt iUrfOrOtttlal1 JocInuiJi1mill ti ikaaoa DIIee 1 t 3i 101 MIC Mfcatlty these might be entered Sir mud Tfon sho threw herself dawn under tau trees and rested She bad left rtr watch her precious watch back M the cave with the book She did iMM dare to carrr It around with her ahad BO way of carrying It In the SUa single garment which the wore Mi she Judged from the height of the ass that it must be noon time They jaiadfr their meal off the fruits of the Wud this time with a rich and Juicy ootoanut added which the man got for Sir at her suggestion in the sign Ian ptagB at which she was becoming ex IMVby climbing with wonderful agll fajv apelike agility almost one of the IIIII cocoanut palms with which the Meed abounded There wero frulta at various aorta In great plenty on the Island and she was becoming accus fateedto tho diet by degrees She passed the noon hour in trying Gill add to tho mental equipment of her otapanioa He could say a numbers words now and had some Idea of tfeh meaning although he had not arti attempted to frame sentences nor tad she yet tried to teach him so to cia It was pleasant under the shade of the trees She found herself mar T llacat times as to the contentment that possessed her a product of the ate sUddenly plunged into the Eden Hce existence which her forebears aright have enjoyed ten thousand yserabefore The houra ran on until the declln Trig sun and tho coolness that came with the late afternoon warned her that if she were to continue her et jateratlons shb must be about it im mediately So she rose and nervin- gksselt to her task went toward the owpploa where lay the ghastly remains of what had been a human being Wareing herself to the duty with her laKe ohs carefully cut away the rush being particular not to disturb the fenes ot the skeletons As before she dtt aU this in the face of a vigorous z awtrance from the man In some w yahe could not tell how the place tna horrible to him He would never Sine come near It evidently of his own will and although the power of mem orjrla him was but latent the impres tahe tttat had been produced upon him By what she found there at some period in His life was strong enough M make him avoid it forever k She did not ask him for assist 1laC8I indeed she would not have- t srtotad him with the knife under any eirtnmfttaaces and he made no at tlsopt to keep close to her He stood an the outskirts of the coppice in a I flmt1 state of excitement uttering without sequence or reason such wtnfaaashe had taught him To him Eat this instance she gave no heed Presently sho had completely un the two skeletons She had tleredoanatomy but was not a spe that department of human She thought that the skele ton before her was that of a woman 1Ye measured Its length with a piece off UH grass and compared it with her asks They were both of a size The a8 la which the bones lay was soft crag porous Every vestige of clothing tidf long since rotted away and disap neared wkh the flesh It covered If IIIe parses whose bones lay there had I wra aay article of gold or silver wkfi1 Being rustless would have sur vfvsd the long exposure they were Mba3lyrburled In the earth beneath ika Sana She would attend to that kiter Then slk looked toward the bones At Csfcr et of tho human remains and decided fnatantly that they were the ti torse 06 zr dog Across the vertebrae iv4fayahilteeeof metal She picked if up ftC it Instantly as a plate wlrfff3 lad probably belonged to a GIo cairns There was an Inscription i it OB W wateh she did not take the trou Meat tale moment to read Slipping K fnf the bosom of her tunic and t11m sure that the confining rope wour leap It from falling out she- dtoujtt sown and gathered the bones of life Human being up In her armsi nyocn as the task was and carried text Town to the boat on the beach 9tnf laid them In the bottom of theI Knot carefully and then moved by a sHirfueff impulse she went back and jptitoreJ up those of the dog whlcbI Atpat fn the boat also It etZ matter to tumble a few spadefuls Rr ef sand over the bones Then ahe left- Y that rude Viking sepulture rIthswiing that time would soon refill dinghy and the bones would4 bb awteIT burled upless some other InI vwUfstpr should uncover them The man had assisted her In no way ML nfs process but his excitement was very great While she stood looking ewE at the little heap of sand which owetrad all that remained of this for Hrar and forgotten visitor to this Is load wondering if the fate of that is Werpaaser upon these silent shores would some day be hers the man sud tttaly dropped on his knee as she had MB him do on her first night on the 1falanS He put his bands together and Ia that mumbled Jargon which she JaiI4 net been able to understand but whiett had seemed to her more like i taacucga than anything to which he filet given vent She wa surprised be iSed measure yet she listened withq very faculty on the alert if possible i te comprehend what he had been say 4 fg and presently familiar sound or Mee Cashed into her mind that ho- was making use of a prayer which she 1lf had used In childhood that thoughxItclindlhpetition Now liar me down tt 1L Tltr first impulse of the woman was tlaugh The next impulse was to Mw off the palm leaf hat and stand witH bowed head and clasped hands What marvelous miracle was this t Mat throughout the years which sh- essii pei lager drabt this maa had- X11Ai11i M JIItM ktI vlli survlted the ear ehlWlsh habit at prayer and that the eae vestige ol language which had remained to him was the language of petition She did not believe la It at course It waa absurd to her but It was none the IM wonderful It filled her with a certain awe It was as If some power had maintained a hold upon the consciousness of this man In this way Now I lay me down to sleep How long it had been since she had said that She believed nothing she cared for nothing but the woman hid her face in her hands for a moment She clenched her teeth and forced out other mind that which at that moment was striving for birth She was to teach this man everything She waa to make him know life and history She was to bring him In touch with all the glories of today and she recog nized In that hour although she did not and could not admit It thatper haps he might teach her something as well something that she had not known or something that she had forgotten without the knowledge of which all her science was a vain a foolish a futile thing The little prayer was ended The man rose to his feet She took her spade and went back to the place where the bodies had lain and there began carefully to scrape away the earth examining scrupulously every shovelful ere sho threw It aside In one place where the hand had lain she remembered her labors were rewarded She came across two rings a diamond and a plain circlet of gold These she placed In her tunic with the collar and continued her digging It was growing late and growing dark but she left no square inch of ground unexplored She found noth ing else The rings belonged to a woman evidently liar surmise in that particular was right There were no other metal parts of her apparel left The nails in her shoes the steel of her corset had rusted away and left no sign There was nothing remaining but the two little baubles pressing against her own warm flesh So Intent had she been that the sun had gone down before she ceased and upon the Island there descended that quick and sudden night of the tropics The wind had risen the old ocean was thundering on the barrier reef and a heavy sea breeze was shrieking through the trees The sky on the horizon was overclouded and the clouds were rising rapidly There would be a storm which was develop- Ing with tropic rapidity Quickly she retraced her steps along the sand toward the cave on the other side the man following They had progressed not more than halt way when the storm bust upon them Peals of thunder and flashes of lightning filled the air It was such a display of the Titanic forces of na ture as might have appalled the stout est heart It filled the woman with a vague terror She noticed with sat isfaction that the man was entirely unmoved by the terrific demonstra tions of nature By the flashes of lightning as they stumbled along In the otherwise total blackness she could see his face serene In a moment of apprehension she caught his hand with her own and clung to It tightly It was the unconscious appeal of the physical weaker to the physical stronger Her hand had clasped the hands of her fellow creatures many times Never before had his palm met the palm of human being much less a womans She could feel that tremor run through him but by In stinct as it were he met her band clasp with his own and together they mad their way to the cave They had scarcely reached It when the rain burst upon them The heavens were opened the floods descended they beat upon the sands In fury She could not drive him out there In that flood for the night She motioned him to come within the entrance of the cave which was sheltered from the wind and which waa dry and still She made him lie down near the entrance and then withdrawing herself into a recess at the side she disposed of the oars which she had carried home on her shoulders in front of her from wall to wall and lashing them with the rope to her person made another feeble barrier but which would yet give the alarm to her and waken her It It were moved And presently she went to sleep She was too tired even to speculate OR her discoveries or to piece them together that would be occupation for the morning CHAPTER V jThe Voices of the Put It rained hard during most of the night Tbe woman slept lightly and whenever she woke she could hear outside of her sanctuary the roar of the storm The man as usual slept the long hours through as undisturbed by the commotion as a child It was apparent to her that he had absolutely no fear Whether this was due to Ig norance or temperament she could not say Was fear after all under the conditions In which his life had been lived a purely artificial quality or was It natural and Inherent He had a avoidances abhorrence antipathies as the skeletons In the coppice which she had buried Was that avoidance fear or was It something else Was recq1lectlonIf so it was evident that the man had been on the Island a long time It would have taken years for the metal that must have been about that womans person to rust away for the steel clasps of the dogs collar entire ly to disappear Upon that faint memory that he cherished upon that prayer that he prayed she could build the foundation of his education She had been so sue cessful In training him and In restrain IaI Ida la iaSuoaoiax him and iwar lag him so far that she bad abundant confidence la her ability to do so to the end It was quite evidentthai life would be easily supported under the ofiditions la which It must be lived oa that Island She need have no physical concern as to her material welt being or comfort and here waa mental education and stimulus which made her for the time being forget the rest of the world Indeed she thought bitterly as she lay awake during the long watches of the night that the rest of the world was nothing to her and that she hated It She therefore not only was becoming resigned to her situation but WM rejoicing in it She would teach this man all she knew She would teach him to think to reflect to rea son She would teach him to talk Since she had a book albeit a sorry one she would teach him to read The rain fell more softly now liar eyes drooped She slept again only to wake and muse once more She could have slept better had he been outside How could he lie there In the complete and steeping insensibility of slumber Her hand fell against her breast There was tho treasure trove of her exist ence the day before What would they tell her She could scarcely walt un til morning to look So she woke and slept and woko and slept until the day broken was bright and sunshiny out al though there were ominous clouds all about the western horizon It was probable that the rainy season was at hand if not upon them She regretted that she had not given more time to the study of nature to the fauna and flora of the South seas to the conditions of wind and weather under which life was lived there Much philosophy would she gladly have parted with for such practical infor mation She had to piece her ideas of affairs out from scraps and tags of knowledge unclassified incoherent from vague recollections of childhood stories and romances from carelessly scanned collections of voyages books of travel and adventure The result was unsatisfactory In some particu lara tho instinctive man before her was her master At the things which went to make up physical comfort and well being In a state of absolute na ture he certainly Surpassed her She was thankful when she walked abroad that she had the shelter of the cave for everything was drenched from the terrific downpour If It was the beginning of the wet season she knew that the rains would soon come again Still she luxuriated In what freedom she had Without removing her single garment she plunged Into the lagoon for a refreshing bath The man followed her and awam about her moving slowly with less skill than she but as easily aa a porpoise plunges about the bow of a progress Ing ship Refreshed she came back to the mouth of the cave and brought thence for a careful inspection all her worldly possessions save the little heap of clothing which she had care fully piled upon the Jutting shelf lathe shadow of the save for time of need She ranged them on the sands before her There we9the Bible and the tittle silver box whlch she had found in the cave She examined more critically its contents wondering The Man Followed Her and Swam About Her Moving Slowly what they might be and finally there came Into her mind recognition that they were flint and steel When she wiahed she could make a fire She was happy for the moment In tho knowledge and then the uselessness of the power came across her curiously What did she want of nreT There was nothing to cook Its warmth was un necessary Still she was glad to have the ancient fume kindlers and she laid them aside carefully in the box not knowing when they might be use ful under what circumstances Invalu able At least she might regard them as apparatus which would be helpful la the curriculum through which she meant her savage pupil should pass Then there was her watch which she guarded as the apple of her eye It was an American watch of the very beat make and although It had gone with her through the waters such was the workmanship of the case that it had taken no harm It was ticking away bravely marking time She thought that for her time had stopped and yet she was glad Indeed for the almost human sound It made when she laid it lovingly against her cheek There were the hairpins also for which she was most grateful They enabled her to keep her hair In order She had a wealth of glorious hair black as the midnight sky With the aid of the mirror and of the comb which alu wee a nrlralnu bu- v i rte arranged It carefully according ta the mode which best became her hertoiletful man a humaa natural lastiBctive glance but she was able to detect ao change la his mental attitude whIch was that of such complete and entire adoration mingled with timidity and hesitation that no transient change apparently was able to modify it He looked upon her as he might have looked upon a god she thought had he known what a god waa and had there been such a thing to look at There was also the pair of scissors together with the little housewife with needles and thread Mirror hairpins scissors sewing materials comb womans gear and the Bible a womans book she reflected with a certain bitterness unconscious of the truth of her thoughta book for chll dren old women and womenled meal Well that philosophy upoa which she prided herself must come to her as sistance now and she could not afford to disdain the volume which was all that the world of many books offered to her for her purpose because she did not believe In It The truth was In her and she could tell him what it waa despite tho assertion of tho printed pages In the leather bag there was abso lutely nothing except broken glass and scratched bottle tops of sliver and the bag Itself was ruined She separated the pieces of metal and the metal fittings of the bag which were also of silver and filling the rotting leather with sand she presently sank it in the lagoon Last of all she examined what she had brought front the other shore of the island the night before The sil ver was tarnished but by rubbing It in the sand she soon brightened it It was heavily engraved and she had no difficulty In making out the words John Raven Charnock Ills Dog After that was a date July 32 1875 John Revell Charnock then would be 21 years old assuming that this was he and that the dog had been given him when he was born It was more probable however that he was from three to five years old before he became the owner of a dog which would make him about 25 The man before her looked younger to her scrutiny than that Care and trouble had passed him by With nothing to vex him he might have been any age lie would probably look Just as he waa for 20 years or more SUn fancifully adjusting external to Internal relations which after all she realised was the secret of life according to her favorite philosopher she concluded that the man was 25 three years older than she at that moment a proper differ ence In their ages for tier face flamed She scarcely knew why and she turned to an Inspection of the ringsThe first was a diamond a solitaire of rare beauty she Judged Although she was not especially expert In such matters she deemed It must be of great value There was no inscrip tion of any sort within the narrow hoop of gold although she searched keenly the inner surface The diamond was curiously set There was aa ex qulslte tracery of a little coat of arms on either side of tbe setting dons in miniature but with a skill to marvel at too small even for her brilliant vision to decipher la detail The other she recognised with a sneer as one of those fetters of con ventloa a wedding ring It was a heavier hoop of gold much engraved within She washed It In the stream and rubbed It In the sand until she could make It out J It C she read to M P T There was a date after September 10 1869 and then these cabalistic words II Cor 12x15 which she presently divined to be a reference to some text in the Bible fit source from which to select the posy of a ring agreeable to those who submit to such ancient follies as the wellnamed bonds of matrimony She reached for the Bible and with unfamiliar fingers searched through It until she found the place I will very gladly spend and be spent for you though the more abundantly I love you the less I be loved The beauty of the phrase caught her fancy She read with a strange new Interest the chapter in which these words were shrined The touch of human passion came to her across the long years and with the ring sparkling la her own white hand she embodied Its tradition In personality and the woman who had been so loved stood be uponIShe pieced together now all that she had of him smiling aa she did so at the thought of certain strange tor- ies she had read wherein men of mar brougbtIseated to her John Revell Charnock evidently the father of the man of the Island had married one M P T on the 10th of September 1869 Perhaps within a year afterward this John Revell Char nock assuming him as was likely to have borne his fathers name was born The best English stock la the colony were Massachusetts and Virginia The stern piece of the boat borne the name of a Virginia river and of a Virginia town The man before her was a Virginian therefore Say he was born In 1871 It would make him 25 years old In accordance with her first guess The father and mother possibly ruined by the results of tbe civil war had embarked oa some vessel to seek a fortune In a new land Something had happened to the ship and the woman the little boy and the dog had landed In some way upon these shores alone after some horrible voyage perhaps Ilk that slut 4J J m kale been five or air years old else lie would have died being deserted The woaaaa had indeed died and the dog with her and left the lad alone Alone he had beea for a score of years on that island What watchful Providence Stopl She be illeved la no Providence What strange mysterious rate kept him from the fate of the other two had preserved Mm alone for her iBo she wove a history out of her treasure trove for this man a history which at least satisfied her and which the more she reasoned about It and the more she tested It seemed absolutely adequate and entirely correct Well she had opportunity now and she was glad She faced the future calmly recognizing her chance and her work and set about with syste matic method order and persistence to teach thIs man what It was to be a human being to give him as rapidly aa she might communicate It and as he might receive It all the learning she possessed to compensate him with no further delay for those 25 years of silence Was It for this she bad been trained and educated at great cost of time and money and effort That she being a woman should give It all to this one man without money and without price CHAPTER VI j The Baseless Fabric True phtlosphy Is ascetic It may best be practiced under conditions In which the material is In abeyance It exalts the spiritual It is distinguished by lndlff ree e to environment There Is nothing so fatal to Its profession as extravagance Frugality Is to the philosopher what modesty Is to a- womanthe essential thing without which It and she cease to be The atmosphere Into which Kather ine Brenton was suddenly plunged by her bold stop waa the very antithesis of these requirements It was un healthy and like unhealthy airs It bred disaster She had been trained to Independence of conditions to dis regard of circumstances aa well u to disdain of restraint but there was that within her surroundings which from her first experience of thorn she felt Instinctively to be vitiating which tended to deprave which precluded tho exorcise of clear uninfluenced mentality Especially In her case was this true since the luxury with which ahe had been surrounded appealed so subtly to the preponderant and It must be admitted Immortal feminine In her composition Sex distinction sex difference was the one thing against which she fought Sex equality was the supreme good to be desired In her scheme of right relationships between the Individual and the universe While she rebelled against her sex yet she rejoiced la It Glad was she sometimes on that very account that to her was given the opportunity to prove her superiority to the limit tions disabilities and manmade tram mils of womankind Born of two fanatics on the same subject whoso insanity was modified and mollified by brilliancy of Intellect la every other field of Investigation and experiment Katherine Drenton had been trained to the hour for her profession for the exploitation of her principles The greatest of universities pointed to her with peculiar pride M one of the children of the free tree from everything In thought and determined to be free from everything In action Much was expected from her and the world was not disap pointed at the first result of her men tal labor There were certain old ashloaed people who deplored the perversion of so much talent and even genius to the defense of error but these did not count Tbe world bought her book la thousands read it avidly and regarded It as the last word of the last woman of the end of the age on the sex problem Cleverly disguis ing her philosophy In the form of He In His Anger He Resorted to Drink tlon with one bound she had leaped to the fore front of all the writers struggling for recognition Publishers sought her Magazines pursued her Another book took shape la her mind Singularly enough her education and the erratic beat of her mind had left her primarily quits unspoiled She was the product not merely 61 her age her environment her parents but of a long generation of people to whom her thoughts would have been as ab horrent as her person was agreeable The unconscious Christianity which surrounds the world and especially the world of woman kept her pure and sweet and lovablethese In spite of not because of her perverse and perverted philosophy Though she defied convention In its spirit she was naturally subject to It In Its exercise For Instance to her the marriage bond was Indeed a bond the marriage vow confession of weakness oa the part of the woman at least and the mar singe relation an acknowledgement of inferiority again oa the part of the woman She would have none of these things la her tire Yet as she thought she had given her heart to a raaa alas the submission to the eternal lawlGad although their relationship was sanctioned by nothing but their affection It was to her as pure and aa holy a thing as if the contract had been witnessed and blest by a thousand priests What was It to him She counted without the other sex Many other womea unfortunately have done the same Not content with the writing of books her intense devotion to her cause coupled with her unflagging energy had found vent upon the lecture platform The curious crowded to her feet at once so bold ao radical so beautiful and so innocent One other first converts had been the only son of a multimillionaire bygone bo nanza king of the Pacific slope His conversion was not so much an effort of pure reason as of primal passion although that fact was In ao wise ap parent to her She would find that out later This modern Hypatla skilled in the learning of the schools burning with exhaustless zeal per mealed with fiery energy was yet as Innocent la some ways as say of her humbler sisters As that good Book which she disdained In the newer Illuminations which had come to her might have said of her she was la tho world but not of It Unconsciously she fulfilled ninny la Junctions of him who had she but known It was the greatest of philoso phers Naturally she kept herself unspotted from tho world Tot when the young tuna who had engaged her affections proposed to her that they should put her theories In practice after some hesitation she had acceded to his proposition It was a species of self Immolatlon not far from heroism that made her consent Indeed she did not realize how heroic It was With no other ceremony than a clasp of the hand and aa unspoken wordless promise of trust devotion single hearted alliance publicly and before God and man without a thought for the one and with no full realization of the thoughts of the otherat least on her part they had gone away to tether hand In hand he and she to J gather In love like any other pair since Eve mated with Adam In tho dawn of the world first morning Yet there has never been an Eden of which man has knowa without Its serpent In the cabin of that gorgeous yacht Bathanas reared his head The first week or so of the adventure had been filled with Idyllic happiness hap pines ao great that it was strong enough to quiet certain low still small voices of conscience which the woman 1ofosopby was as yet unequal However such conditions did not long persist Her disciple was la dined presently she found to her sor Jhighdevotee cooled aa his passion increased Shut up In the narrow COB nne of a ship great and splendid though this yacht was beyond Imaglaa lionlittle characteristics heretofore unsuspected developed la tile mere maa The course of true love was not so smooth u the summer seas over which they sailed The air la which they lived was ruQed by flurries la which experience would have found f presage for coming deeper storm The Image that bad feet of clay sought for similar earthly alloy In the companion Image which was mad of pure gold all through and finding It not re seated It desperately The convert bavin gained his desire weakened la his principles Therd was no retain lion In his devotion In his tenderness In anything outward and visible but the high philosophy which had made the Joint effort almost a selfsacrifice of demonstration was slowly vanish Ing from one heart while the other clung the more tenaciously to It It It was the old old story In a little the catspaw developed Into the tern pest When It appeared It came with surprising swiftness The woman found that In neither abstract thought nor mental speculation was there any protection for her There might be no God In heaven but there was a conscience In her breast Finally she broke away from the man so far as she could do so when they wore both In the same ship of which ho was lord and master She would have nothing more to do with him save that which I common decency and the bare civilities of life demanded of her Denied the privileges upon which he had counted the man grew savage and showed the cloven foot Tbe disagree ment became a quarrel The quarrel ran through several phases Ashamed of himself be had recanted at oraL V Then be had sworn again allegiance t to the specious phlllsophy now realized he had only consciously or unconsciouslyprofeaaedI might possess her tint deceived There was no truth In his f words his aaseveratlon carried not conviction to her soul Again he stormed and raged once more b apologized and appealedrbut ttei period of calm grew shorter aad tad period of storm grew longer anil mpr vehement The woman algae wa teadfast She was overwhelmed wit shame tho horror of the situation wa rising upon her She began to realize how helplee she was Under the Inspiration of belief which was as honest as It wa mistaken she had put herself In th power of this man Even If she wet ashore there would bo no one t I whom she could appeal and here o r the ship she was helpless Llngerln remains of better things had kept hli I from tho last resort of the tyraat4 r t To be continued L I r- I t FRIDAY JULY 16th 1010 TIrE INTERIOR JOURNAL PAGB FIVE 1 I t1 4 THE BIG SALE IS ONAT SEVERANCE Be SONS l fI This Big Sale still on Those who come buy You will buy if you come as lbMV t cOmfOrfjjiitt t SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky I I There is a new line of 25c box pa tiers special values at Pennys Drue Store PERSONALS MUees Saute Burdette and guest MIa Sue Beth James are at Crab Jrcbard for a short visit City Marsbal Luther Herron ot Lancaster waa here oti business f Thursday T t Joe Davis ot Cooper county Mo Is- ith his brotherinlaw George W Lofan Mrl J Deecher Adams and children t Felix and Elizabeth ot Danville have i returned from a vlilt ot several weeks In Texas IMil Nancy Yeager has been the guest ot Miss Llztlo Baugbinan la Danville 1Mine Efflo Drye has returned home niter a most dellgbUul visit with friends and relatives nt Lebanon Where a number ot entertainment veto given in her honor i Miss Suo Beth James of Lauderdale tins baa been the guest of Miss allle Burdctto heret Judge J W Alcorn attended the anquet to the State bar association l Mlddlejboro Thursday night Mr and Mrs Luke Carpenter of the iustonville section are receiving con ratulatlons upon the arrival ot a teautiful little daughter who has eD named Julia Allen Mrs Sanford M Logan returned to r tome at Wllmore yesterday alter six weeks stay with her parents edge and Mn M C Saulley Her little son Ueorj Logan will remain r hero the remainder of the summer Mr H N Spoonamore of Hedge vlllc Joined his wife and children at l Lexington last Friday for n visit to the family of Mr Thomas Mock Tom Nowland spent neverni days In Louisville this week Mrs Stagg and Miss Pleatants went to Cedar Creek Thursday Tommy flail the mayor of May wood was In town ThurtldayI Attorney James Donny of Lexing ton Is at his old hooio here r cupcrnt Ing from a recent Illness Dr Tim PennIngton of Stanford spent Sunday with friends ereHar- rodeburg Republican Mr J C McClary is back from Elixir Springs greatly improved in healthLittle John S Baughmac Jr sun of Mr and Mrs John 8 Baughman Is ill and scarlet fever is feared Little Alllo Russell and Craig Fish children of Mr and Mrs W S Fish are spending a few weeks with his father Hon W C Fish at Paint Lick Mr John M P Thatcher Is at home In Somerset from NSw York where he In practicing law Mr Thatcher Is In the office of one ot tbe biggest law firms In the metropolis and Is making goodMr and Mrs S P Steplicnson of Hustonvlllc nave been visiting Mrs Jina Combest at Pril Casey county who is 111 of typhoid fever Misses Mary Dcssio and Maggie Qeggln of Somerset have been thu gufists of Mr John Goggln at Hubble they were here this week to see their aunt Miss Amanda Goggin who has been quite tick but Is improved now A number of young people enjoyed- a delightful dance given by Miss Vir glnla Bright at her home near Hub ble Wednesday night Among those who went from here were Messrs J T Wilkinson Carl Carter Wesley Em bry Mike Penny Marshall Stone and tam and James Harris of HubbleI d j 190 Ir 01 4 yoU 0 G G gi- 4 e ft p Then You Will Need More Clothes Ga o o Khaki Pants 1 150 and 2 0 Shirts 25c 50c 75c and 1 g k I hioFlowt J But our Chrome Shoe Beats Them All Satisfaction Guar teedI e t fDUCK BRAND OVERALLS 4 Have one fault they last too long A Suit of Cool Under wearMakes You Feel Bet ter After HardDays Work We can dress you from head to foot ready for a days workfor 31 I Cummins Wearen ion t STANFORD KENTUCKY J tThe store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clot 0- Q DoubtAa to our store Weare giving many wonderful bargains in Dry Goode Shoes Etc Mrs Robert C Saufley of Parker Arizona is the guest of relatives here Mrs J C Hays is confined to her Lome with illness Miss Kathleen Lynn Is the truest of Kisses Hazel and Maude Stone Miss Polly Traylor is the guest of J1ra A fl Robertson in Danville Miss Sarah Dunn and Alary Durcb art guests this week of Mrs T L Carpenter at llustonvllle Miss Sue TaylorEnglemnn is the guest of Miss Lizzie Baughman in Dan vllle Judgo J W Hughes Messrs D L Moore and W J Poteet and County Attorney Rodman Keenon of Mercer passed through In a big auto Friday morning en route to Crab Orchard Mrs Katherine McClary and little daughter Kffle Withers have returned from a visit to Mrs Smith Pen ny at SL Joo M- oDeaths In Casey H H MANINCH AND STEWART BALDOCK ARE NO MORE Henry 11 McAninch ono of tht nioft prominent citizens of Casey county passed awny at hIs homo In the Middlcburg section Wednesday after a short illness He was In his ECth year and is survived by his wife and six children The funeral was conducted from the Baptist church at Mlddleburg Thursday Elder J Q Montgomery conducting the services The funeral was very largely attend ed Mr McAnlnch being one of the most respected and substantial citi acne of Casey He had lived there practically all of his life and had tak en prominent part in its affairs during his long and useful career He was consistent member of the Christian church and will be greatly missed Inn wide cIrcleIStewart Baldock aged 61 years also died from a long illness of complicat ed liver and stomach troubles at his borne nrar Coffey Ho wan a Union veteran In the civil war and was anI honorable and respected cltircu lu his community having lived hero nil hIs life A wife two daugltera and a brother survive him Beware of Ointments for Cat rll1I that Contain MercuryIu IU surely destroy toe maw ot mnIand completely derange the wbote tcm wbeo eatrrtnc It through the murou lunette Hurt utltM aboutd ar4 etcept en pmcnp UMU trom urrpI M damace they will do Y ten told to the rood de bJrrive from them lUIIi by F 1 Cheney A Co Toledo O cooulu no arr turf ukrn Internally acting directly upon UK bf and muraut nirtMra ol the lyttem buying lUni Catarrh Cure to rote you ret the reouloe It k taken laluoaofand nude In Toledo Onto br r 1 Cheney Oiretree told by DrufCtoU rrlee Tic per Tale ilau1 Family Pull tor coullpatloa Union Services At Night TO BE HELD IN STANFORD DUR ING HEATED TERMI The churches of Stanford will unite in i service each Sunday night during the summer The first servicewill bo held at the Methodist church next Stiday night Rev D M Walker of tbo Christian church will preach the sermon The public is cordially Invlt d Sunday Services Preaching at the Baptist church on Sunday morning by the pastor sub- Ject The Lords Supper All mem bers ot the church are urgently requested to bo present The Supper will also be celebrated at this service Rev Win Sprinkles will preach at Nealn Creek church Sunday morning at 1030 oclock and at JJogans creek at 345 P M Revival services began at Rowland Thursday nnight Rev A F Bolback of New Jersey preaching A large crowd was present to greet him and to join Inthe opening service The chapel baa been beautifully finished un the Inside and very soon the buljd Ing will have the appearance of an entirely new structre SAVED AT DEATHS DOOR Tho door of death seemed ready to open for Murray W Ayers of Transit1 Bridge N Y when his life was wonderfully saved I was In a dreadful condition he writes my skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated emaciated from losing 40 lent livertrouble weaker pulling met downrto death in spite ot doctors Then that matchless medicineElectric Bitters cured me I regained tho 40 pounds lost and now am well anti strong For all stomach liver and klndey troubles theyre supreme LOc at Pen r Judge Gooch Dead FORMER LINCOLNITE PASSES AWAY IN SOMERSET Judge K S Goorli a former rest dent of Lincoln county died at his homo in Somerset at 6 oclock Thurs day morning Judge Gooch was CO bears of age and Is survived by his wife and three children He was for mer city judge of Somerset and one of the most highly respected eillxens of PulaskI county He has a great WaD friends in Lincoln who will be grieved to learn he is no more Short Local News Notlee5 per cent penalty added school tax Aug 3 1910 L R Hughes Clerk For Sale Nice residence on Main street In Stanford Ky the frontage of lot large enough for another build ing lot All necessary outbuildings Everything In good repair Price 12760 A bargain see L R Hughes Stanford Ky BIi line of umbrellas hO cheap you can afford to lose themCountry Store I Picnic umbrellas the kind you can leave on the grounds Country Store I We piarantee our pocket knives and razors Country Store I Harvey Hopkins a graduate of the Moreland school has been chosen to teach the school at Saufley Powder guns tobacco hoes and tee tmokera Geo H FarrIs Bids for the surplus milk at the Creamery will be received by H J McRoberU CompetltatheexamM for ap pointment to Start college wll be In my office July 1516 O Singleton Supt 4 Having been away on account of tho illness of a relative He- W T Montgomery will not hold any services at the Moreland Union Church on next Sunday The next service at this church will bo held on the tilth Sunday in this month It refreshesstrengthens and stomach and kidneys A tonic that prevents sum mer troubles Such Is HollUters Hocky Mountain Tea 3Cc tea or tablets at Shugars nnners T Hurt In Runaway- F A HARNEY THROWN OUT OF BUGGY AND INJURED W A Harney the well known farmer of this county was badly hurt in u runaway accident ih Boyle roun ty this week Ho had been visiting Mr T P Clark and hal topped nt a creektb water tils horse As he did so the horse stepped on the overcheck which had boon taken off and pulled the bridle off He was a young horse and this scared him and he began to run Mr Harney watt in thebuggy with no way to control him but ktiPt his seat until finally the buggy MAS dashed against a largo stone and overturned ann Mr Harney thrown out His face and neck were badly cut ord bo was considerably bruised up otherwise but was treated by a physician and is doing as well as could bo expected now AN EXPERTS OPINION OF SKIN DISEASES A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are fa miliar with says that in all His scientific experience he has never fuundI so hard a disease to conQuer rcmo Yet he does not hesitate to recommend Zemo as a most success ful remedy for tho treatment of Ec zema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other dlsI eases ot the skin and scalp He says l that not only do its curative qualities I make It popular but also the fact that it Is a clean liquid remedy for external I use A great Improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions I which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that I destroys the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and 11ostroys- them I leaving the skin clear und heal thy Can be used freely on Infants Mr G L Penny will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bot tie of Zemo and n booklet which ex plains In simple language ull about skin diseases and how to cure your self at home with Zemo Mens Soft Shirts 4w 1 Mcne Extra Fine Shirts with collnr8160 and 200 kind oalj 89trkWhen theee are gone We will not bo able to get any more This pride m If close out the lot 0 mc quick f j t V irp f I I j 4I 1 i i t 1 r C Notes and Accounts Collected i l We colkct notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited MAYS COLLECTION AGENgtl Y I WOODSON MAY MgriSomerset Kentucky r Weak ThroatWeak Lungs Cold after cold cough after cough Troubled with this i takingcold habit Better break it up We have great confidence in Ayers Cherry Pectoral for this work No n medicine like it for weak throats and weak lungs Ak aboatifHisNo alcohol in this cough medicine dyer o etuutea UwayskeepagoodUxatlvelnthehouse Take adosewhen ourcold first eSOL WIIat Ask your doctor his opinion Let blm deride NOTICE Those desiring to bid on making earth till and concrete wall at the new bridge over Hanging Fork Creek I1t J 8 Murphys will find specific Liens at the McKinney Deposit Bank v at ny oflice J P Bailey Judge LC C 403 C E MEETING SUNDAY The Christian Endeavor Society i of the Iresbytcriau church will Meet Sunday evening at 7 oclock You sire 1 invited to come promptly so as to get through with the meeting IB tlmn t7the union services at tbe UetJhaUss church A full attendance Is iadred and an interesting program win he glveu Annie Davis McRoberts See p or Going Away r Are you going away to spend i II your vacation If so let us show you our line o- fSuitGases rt and Trunks t l Dont Borrow your friend may t be Jo going away too b W E PERKINS ORCHARD KENTUCKY LCRAB I a I 1 SL IR Hug bee T W Humble W 0 Martin BIG cutIIT OXFORDS v qa r We will sell you any pairiof slippers left in our house at a great reduction Now the time to buy From 25 r 4 Iis 50 per cent in Vici PatI x Tan Oxblood etc I 350 Oxfords cut to 228 300 Oxfords cut to f+ 198 250 Oxfords cut to 148 150 Oxfords cut to 118 Our loss is your gain HUGHES MARTIN CO t Dry Coeds Notions Shoes l L STAN FORDKENTUCKY r I f 1 PAt11t1 SIX TAB U93t11Uq JOUltNA F1UDAY JULY 15 1910lL GOTOTHE i LancasterF air JuLYa27th h 28th and r 0 29thAjJf tt t f 1910I And See The Greatestto t ft I Morse And Mule Showf i1 Kentucky I ft r 1 J t1f fAssortment Qf Fro r Evejr TtK Shown See Bongo 1- ICtaIoguesatibisftpce ioJoI 9t3 1Q If you have anything to sell in the STOCK WTake to Nurmelleys New Yards He bujaand sel day in th year Sunday on your stock BeafmarkWiu the+ Ri lleatyot LexingtonSTANFORDKY= d n 0 u- l Se LLwrJlpoutWFruit Jrsfilii0 Jar Rings 1iI make yoU 1r apecalPrce rof t c T C 11I I w i i o 1LFS1 Kentuckytf IS DCARTEReNewLiverv Depot Street Phone TAN FORD kENTUcKY I 0 j 3 I f i e 4rL1II 1 M Stock r s except State L- 1 Stock For Sale hvo 1orealea bay ware bu l e 7yeanold and welgbS Ikx pounda H und andgood r Alo baT uaro 5yeafe oldWorks any whero and ladle been takaQadter 1fit t tv Yr i WE CAN SHOW YOU PLUMBING In houses Hihsro none hut the best would be tolernted Houses where ex pense Is no object but the best rid most sanitary plumbing Is Uut while we do highclass work we do not charge highclass prices Have us estl mate on your work and you will be surprised at the very unplumberltke moderation of our figures W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky Needed Rest WILL BE TAKEN BY POPULAR PRODUCE BUYER II n Northcott tho popular produce buyer of Lancaster who main tame a large branch house in ford under the capable management- of Thurman K Tudor will leave Lan caster this week for his old hotre I Newport Ky where he will take much needed vacation for a few weeks Mr Northcott was recently badly shaken up by being thrown ou of his buggy by a frisky horse and h has not quite been feeling himself since the unpleasant experience During his absence from headquar ters at tancaster Mr Tudor will be transferred there while Will nigner will hold down the office here ftIe Rings TO BE MADE FEATURES AT LA CASTER FAIR THIS YEAR The Lancaster Fair boosters were here In full force on Moudiiy Hat hand advertisements were distributed over the city and catalogues left at a number of places A quantity was left at the Interior Journal office where they can be obtained by any 4eR H mulringse Hy is to have no fair this yoar and prtduo1ngbeprparhigtot t OF HE LIKED r STANfbRbTHE BETTER An old brown mule belonging to Joe Farris wanderedfrom his ba yard last 8 not been seen or heard of wince The animal Ira bought recently in Stafford and Jt- s suspected that it has wandered back to ita former meadowaDanl- IIe AdvocnteJ BOW ARS SUMMER TOURS Write to Bowmars Tours Versailles Ky for folders giving details and cost of Bowmars ideal personally conducted tours to Niagara Falls wle2 and tq Atlantic City view York Phllalelphla and Washington Thurs day Aug llth ltigh Class segom mQdatlona Select parties bottom au lantern Reward for return to M Banghman HOUX w ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durability and uniform high quality they are unequalled Talk paintsThenwith a small sample from ourstock nd watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the money anywhere Let our paint talk JI A ALLEN Stinford Kyr w J di h lilt4 d I RiBR9 DBPARTXSNT H 51 Herndon sold to J C John stone of Danville 22 hogs averaging 231 pounds aX acbnfa Fo Sale= lUu lost tobacco bed A It lca4SvantedtwoiqSdhoraes en fr oldmust be strictly eahaI and4d drltvere IWt KJncald Ky For Sato Two mows and 14 pigs They arm good ones C It Utnwnor McKinney yot1lSKstray heifer camo to my place Owner can get same by paying for keep and this ad J D Steonbergon Crab Orchard 393L For Sale Several tine Jersey cows and heifers registered and high grade and two registered bulls a Shetland pony by Blue Eye Pony buggy and harness Lock fox 161 Stanford Strayed Ulack Berkshire boar Crop oft left car weight 135 to 150 pounds Liberal reword for return or Information of whereabouts to O P lowland Crab Orchard 393 FOR SALE 13 horso power traction engine comparatively new Run only a short time last season W L Cordkr ttow load Ky 3L Monte Fox of Danville this week fought 22 head of cattle averaging ov er 1500 pounds from Joseph Harp of Scott county ut 725 per bndred For Sale 90acro farm well located In Pulaskl county If you are looking metK A Ross Kings Mountain Ky thoroughsRoberts Hubble XVI Katrny heifer galas to my placo 0 paytCeHubble 373p Strayed or stolenltrownLon mute about 9 years old Any Inform tlon will bo rewarded Jut K Farrls Danville Ky 403 A originating by toe explosion of a kerosene lamp resulted In the destruction of a large poultry hone of D D Slnde near Lexington Fit teen hundred young chickens were i3OD0None t wheat growers In Doyle county say that his crop will make a fair yield His crop of 200 acres hue been cut and Is In the shock Ho expects II tonal 4000 bushels and he believes he will secure Sl a bushel for It Lawgon and Drown bought ten hug ofiV B Mosa ItI I Nr I MnhdV nlo IS hogs of Robert Nhrrow nY tf t t per pound V J Vndarson xuld i hllaU to tnnk13iaarn al tOV Wr ti cd l rr WILD RAGING BLIZZARD Wrings danger il1lferl1gott death thblfsands coHi coughs an fla grippe lust terror 01 sigmarr l of nose sore chills abd fever painli hack of head and U throat gripplni cough When Grip attack as yoi value your life dont delay gttlni Dr Kings New DUcoverr One botUe cured me writes A L Duns betr r sore luigsrhem3trhages cough i colds Whooping cough bronchitis asthma spiTreme 50 11 Guarari teWf by G L Peony t MARKETSCi- ncinnati full 15CattleIb cclpts 613 market very slow fair to fcuod shippers G7 cprambn J2jj 425 Hogs Receipts 1828 marked 1l and weak 1520c lower butchers and shippers = S9 common 9 935 Sheep Receipts 2366 market steady and slowSl75S390 Lambs Market active and strong 141735 H B Norihcott LANiAaTER KY BUYER OF FarmProducb e Qf WEAR pAVif40 TODAY FOR Lifts 1213- liens per lu 10-104fryers1212 lZc turkeys per lb 3lQc78c Ducks per lb Roosters per Ib5le 1cGlnsenlYellow Root per Ib IMAND SALT FOR SALE OR lN EXChANOB FO PRODUCE i We can please you Phone 153 0 J C McClairy Undertaker and EmbalmerI STANFORD IJY noo Phone ItT Horn Plionw 36 Ir Y totJW AT COST Commsncing July 9 Ending Augl Owing to the cold wet Spring we find ourselves overstocked and have to sell these goods to make room for- Business T L aooD aOMIQ i is good now but it is late in the season Wehave no roomIfor our Fall Goods as our stock is heavy so dont wait until J tOO late Come early and get choice I This LARGE STOCK consists of I Clothing of Best Make Oxfords Under j wear Hats Felt and Straw Odd Pants Shirts Ties Dry Goods Such prices nev er heard ofbefore Any Suit Trunk or Suitcase At Costt LAWNS 20c Lawns 14e 1IcslOc Calicoes and other goods always on hand Fancy Imported Hosiery 60c Hose mdS r3925c 19c aeo 0 rlSc lfi lOeut S VTe do not only give you 10 percent off we put them at and uptolliteMens Boys Odd Dress Pants Panta 543Bob II 448 5OO u 383 II 293350 1 268 300II 223 250 193 20 148 I Felt Hats 293SO300II ei 228 251 4 4 1 98 200 eC i 139 150 19 It 00 yLadies26 ctadVHtaI r 19 118tSuspenders SOct Pair 38 25 ct Pair 19 15ct Pair 11 Mens Underwear Union Suitsa 5150 Union euit 99 3025cUnderwearGarmett Mens BestBraod 98c2250 1598 20 00at o 1393 1800If 1198 15 00If to i gigs 898lOiOO398 5Boys SuitsIiI 50 Sulta S 48 4c96Oo6 00 398 t298a502282t50Foo 14 Soft Walkers Shoes and Oxfords 47050eoxfordd Fancy Vests 350Vetta MOOVoata i 19I w300 VesU 21 1982j00Veets 1191l0oVeetetu r I cs 395cNeckwear gq25eNecktleMens Belts It 7t50c26c Delta 19 We live all kinds of Dress Goods w goiligatCost MKNS fANtY SHIRTS 1100 Shirt at7oSOc shirt at Boys Knickerbockers 310J s15o Eanta 1 19 12511 99 100 t of 15 66 50II 39 Me Herringbonc 3 50 Pants 9 78 3 00If O 28 2150Ir 200II 14 150If 98 79jStraw Hats Of All Kinds 3 OUata 2C8J U- O26Q 2 200 148 1711 150 i 119 100a 79 50 tonblack if 250 Oxfords 1198 200 LliB 160 12B Mens OxfordsrPatent Tan and Grey 100 Oxfords 350II 3 29 2 300 Of 2 250 3 19 200I I Ladies Patentand I350Oxfoude1 278 l 231250 2 00I 1 91 t raComeprepared It OWNSII liianlopd Kgf 1It M ifft fof td I